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What do Sussex 2016 Biomedical Science grads do?

Find out about what Sussex Biomedical Science graduates go on to do. Here is a rundown of what 2016 graduates were doing 6 months after leaving Sussex:

Six months after graduating in 2016

  • Main activity: 91% of respondents from Life Sciences were in work or further study. 67% of those in work were in graduate level jobs
  • Sectors: Of those in employment, 24% were in professional, scientific & technical services, 13% were in education, 13% were in administration and support activities, 11% were in human health & social work.

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Here are some examples of where they are working or studying and what job roles or courses they are doing:

Employers

Samples from our survey:

Job Roles

Samples from our survey:

  • Analytical Scientist
  • Data Analyst
  • Editorial Assistant
  • Laboratory Technician
  • Researcher
  • Trainee Accountant
Further Study

Samples from our survey:

  • MSc Cancer Cell Biology - University of Sussex
  • MSc Genetic Manipulation and Cell Biology - University of Sussex
  • MSc Science and Technology Policy - University of Sussex
  • MSc Neuroscience - University of Sussex
  • MSc Biomedical Engineering - University of Surrey
  • MSc Biomedical Science - University of Liverpool
  • MSc Medical Microbiology - London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
  • MSc Dementia - UCL
  • MSc Clinical Embryology - University of Oxford
  • Graduate Entry Medicine - University of Nottingham, Queen Mary University of London, University of Warwick
  • Medicine - University of Leicester, BSMS, University of Sheffield, University of Keele, University of East Anglia
  • MSc Strategic Innovation Management - University of Sussex
  • BSc Nursing (Child) - Anglia Ruskin University

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